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,900,000 more homes than there were, in fact, during the last labour government, but i was dealing with industry, and i will go on dealing with industry. investment is at an all-time record. profitability is higher than for 20 years, and, of course, you need high profitability. where else will you get investment from? income for the social services? what is more, mr. speaker, people want a stake in success. people are owning shares, and more people are running their own business. this year, an extra and new business has been started up every seven minutes. the ownership -- wait a minute. i will give it away in a moment. the ownership is no longer the privilege of the few. we have extended this to the overwhelming majority of the nation, giving them the self- confidence and pride that comes from property and choice. the old class-based labour order is being replaced by one on merit. that is the new britain, the britain of the 1990's. i give way. >> the prime minister. why can she explain the cbi yesterday? losses on the exchange rate. when the exchange rate goes down, the profits are wiped out. >
. a lot has changed. does theind of access government have to our e-mails today? >> right now it is not treated like regular snail mail. .hey can go into it we need to update the law to go alongside the changes of .echnology instead of sending letters, we sent e-mails. of keeping the letter in your pocket or at your home, you might store it in the cloud. we can do that. we have updated these from time to time. technology changes. they have to do this more often because technology has been changing quicker. you can send someone an e-mail. that is like sending someone a letter. it is the same thing. the fourth amendment is still there. >> also joining our roundtable is from the roundtable. -- from the hill. >> why do you think this is important? >> americans for tax reform have always been interested in regulating the internet and telecommunications. everything that deals with the size of government is of interest to americans for tax reform. you cannot keep taxes low if the government keeps extending what it does. such as questions of privacy and taxes. given economic issues, t
government is not helping them at all unless they're giving $500,000 to a campaign they're not getting any real help
other and with the federal government. in the senate work continues on gun legislation. senators return today for general debate and a vote on a judicial nomination. on tuesday work begins on amendments to the gun bill. the first amendment deals with expanded background checks. other amendments are expected including an assault weapons ban, concealed-carry permits and high capacity ammunition. senate majority leader harry reid says he'll work with republicans to give all lawmakers a chance to weigh in with proposed changes. a vote may not happen until next month. live coverage of the house on c-span, the senate live on c-span2. >> host: amendment to the constitution reads the right of the persons to be secure in their persons, houses, pape pers and effects against unreasonable searches and seizures shall not be violated, and no warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause supported by oath or affirmation and particularly describing the place to be searched and the persons or things to be seized. the fourth amendment is our topic this week on "the communicators." our guests, two familia
. the syrian government is accused of targeting civilians with airstrikes. we will be taking a look at the evidence. and torture in central african republic. hispresident himself beat rivals inside a jail. in eastern afghanistan. american aid money is being handed directly to the afghan government, making afghans in charge of reconstruction. protesterladesh, a has been shot to death. 15 others have been injured during lcashes -- during clashes. the man was a member of the student party. the party has called for a nationwide strike and has demanded the release of its president. he was arrested last month on charges of inciting violence. here is our special correspondent, who we are not naming, for security reasons. >> they were killed in clashes between the protesters and the police. the protests have been intense. they said they have come under attack. the area is calm now. this is reflective of the kind of sporadic violence happening across the country whenever these strikes happen. they are happening almost on a daily basis. this one follows another two day to strike from another
. >> i want to say to the government's candidate, the loser today is you. i say that firmly. you are the loser. you and your government. >> we will host a discussion on the election in the future of venezuela after the death of hugo chÁvez. as millions of americans file their income taxes today, we will speak with one who won't. ed hedemann. all of that and more coming up. this is "democracy now!," democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. nicolÁs maduro has won venezuela's presidential election more than a month after the death of hugo chÁvez. he was the chosen successor from chÁvez, nearly defeated ofriles with just over 50% the vote. capriles has refused to concede the race and is demanding a recount. the turnout of registered voters are past 78%. we will have more after the headlines. guards at the guantanamo bay military prison have intensified their crackdown on a hunger strike by detainees. the pentagon says guards fired non-lethal rounds of prisoners on saturday after trying to move them into isolated, one-man cells. at least one prisoner was hit wi
. this cyberthreat intelligence is the information that companies and the government need to protect and defend their networks. the so-called signatures are primarily made up of numerical codes consisting of zeros and ones without any perm information attached. -- any personal information atammed. cispa is a result of cooperation between the community, companies and to a certain degree the white house as it pertains to many measures included in this legislation. during their efforts to improve the bill, they also maintain a dialogue with privacy advocates in an effort to strengthen civil liberties, protections and oversights. i had a personal note here for the reason that over a period of 10 years i served eight of those years on the intelligence committee. and the now chairman of the intelligence committee and ranking member were both junior members of the committee that i served on. they have risen to the position that they are in and have acted in an extremely responsible way over a two-year period of time, trying to bring a measure as complicated as this one contemplating all of the factors
more efficient government, along with some very good entrepreneurial efforts that are reflected in today's announcements and some of our partners that are here today. so, three years later, after announcing this and after doing the first generation of open data legislation, open sf is still a very vigorous, and we want to do even more. we've teamed up again with board president david chiu who has been personally involved with this and helping us and guide us with his knowledge, having been a small business owner himself, with how we can do even better. and today we are announcing actually two areas of improvements to our piece of legislation that i think will get people even more excited. the first is after a couple of years of opening up some of the data streams in our city and seeing how this data had already started, some companies, some entrepreneurs develop applications, helped us already with identifying some additional needs in the city and involving more people, we want to do even more along that line. and, so, this legislation will allow us to establish, along with the
'm with you, not only a book of political favors, it's the way of government kind of passively telling us what to do and what not to do, you know, we talked about-- >> the government is saying better to own a home than not own a home. better to be married with kids than not be married with kids and all this might berue and they might be good things, but it's not for the government to decide. i think steve forbes had it right a few years ago. if the whole, your irs form was on the back of a post card, god bless, if obama could ever get that done i would turn around and say he's the greatest president since abraham lincoln, this would be his moon landing, if he did that, i had he' say joy to the world, greatest thing possible, do it tomorrow, come right now, get rid of the special interests and the 34 billion dollars we're spending, preparing taxes, get rid of all of those lobbies, let's cut to the chase. >> so, is the flat tax the way to do it? >> a lot of states, essentially have a flat tax and they're more, until recently, than the federal government. so just having the flat tax doesn't magic
government. >>host: were there restrictions? >> yes. several states had religious establishments than most limited the amount of property they could own, as some tax religious property others would not let have group practices sandy eventually various states in the southwest banning polygamy for example,. >>host: with massachusetts or pennsylvania as a case study of states regulating religion. >> pennsylvania had been active blasphemy law that we would now think of as unconstitutional and the last case, the last gallup -- criminal prosecution was in the early 1970's by accident again someone who had a sign in his window that said wanted radical carpenter speaking piece of they thought it was blasphemous and the aclu got involved quickly and the prosecution was dropped. more recently the film company owner tried to name his company i choose hal productions and was denied and corporation under the laws because it was blasphemous. and that eventually was dismissed. >>host: why did it start to change in the air of the 20th century? >> i think especially with the growth of the federal governmen
enforcement officials in the government have to our e-mails today? >> guest: right now it's not treated as if it's regular mail, snail mail. they can go into it as a third-party and put it up on the cloud. what we need to do is update the law to go alongside the changes in technologies that are sending each other letters. we send each other e-mails instead of keeping europe letter in your pocket you may stored in the cloud somewhere and that's should have the same privacy that you regular snail mail does in the post office delivering something and if we can do that. we have updated this from time to time, the technology changes. the technology has been changing quicker but to send someone an e-mail is like sending them a letter. it's the same thing. the fourth amendment is still there. >> host: also joining our roundtable today is -- of the hill newspaper. >> my first question is for mr. norquist. i'm wondering why he decided to get involved with this issue invites important? >> guest: americans for tax reform is long been interested in taxing the internet and regulating the internet an
regimes of the entirety of american history. once i've just looked at the union government, the structure of the state and the federal government in the union. the structure of the state in the federal government and the confederacy and he said that the confederacy -- the united states never had a government that big and talked on until the new deal. they succeeded on slaves rights than they had to build a precedent case. they built this state apparatus. they scripted it within a year. think of that as a statement of power. they constructed it. basically took a year. they had agents of the federal government all over the south, literally taking food out of people's spines. his only way that they could feed the army. they impressed the slaves, which was an enormous fight. getting the slaves and slave holders to go to war to protect the army. and they think the new government is there to protect their slaves in the wartime. but it turns out that the federal government wants to and need to needs to use those slaves to win the war. it is an enormous tussle and they also wrote a clause in the
broken out between inmates and guards. am wayne hay in myanmar, where the government is showing signs of it wants to fix and education sector once viewed with suspicion -- signs that it wants to fix an education sector once viewed with suspicion by the military. have opened for venezuela's presidential election. the country has some of the largest oil reserves in the world. whoever wins will not only be following in the foot debts of hugo chavez mama but will also have control -- the footsteps of hugo chavez, but will also have control of that -- nicolas maduro visited the former leader costume after campaigning. the opposition is not happy with that. we are live in the capital of caracas. is the polling station behind you open? we can see people lining up to cast their votes. >> people here continue to line up. this specific polling station has not opened yet. i'm told there is some opposition witnesses that are not here yet. they are giving them some time to arrive here. if they do not arrive in the next hour, they will still go ahead and open this polling station. people here have
republic all saying, we are not seeing the retailers. some in government said we had a bad winter or easter break. who has it right sabrina? >> i wish the stock market is forecasting correctly but i think the consumer does. workers are dropping out of the labor market because there are no jobs. we saw the sequestitration circus here in washington with no meaningful cuts and the president presented a budget with $600 billion in new tax increases on businesses and the wealthy. i don't see by my calculations that this is not a formula for strong economic growth. >> it is it also 900 billion . jamie diamond is saying. small businesses are not spending and the confidence of small businesses is not doing so great lately. what do you think is the answer here in >> you have two different economies and two tracks. the market is doing well . i give more credit to expanding sales in foreign territories. there are places like indonesia and india and american companies are selling a lot of products. here at home, we have the same problem. we don't have enough jobs. middle class is phrinking and we have
are not committed in with the government and we are not laying out our whole lives to the government. to be want government trustworthy. we do not want to say to the american people, trust the government. as we see new problems, you should pass laws to protect people's privacy in the fourth amendment rights, rather than say the government has not abused those yet, so why are you concerned? the courts may come in and save the day. ok. they might. while we are here, how about we make sure the law catches up t
but i want a government that leaves you alone. it encourages you to write the book that become yours future. you're more important than any political party, more important that any partisan pleadings. the most important thing you will do is yet to be seen. for me, i found my important thing to do when i learned to do surgery on the eye, when i learned to restore people's vision. you're still -- many of you have those things ahead of you. i'm an eye surge first and foremost, i find myself in a debate on how we heal the sick conomy and how do we get people back to work? i believe we have an economy that could create millions of jobs but we have to rethink our arguments and try to rise above partisan rhetoric. my hope is you will hear me out and see me who i am. if you hear me out, i believe you will discover that what motivates me is the defense of everyone's rights. strong importance of me is the defense of minority rights, not just racial but ideological and religious minorities. if the government does not protect their rights then majors could legislate our freedoms. the bill of rig
, everybody. i'm gerri willis. tonight on "the willis report" the government wants to see a two-year financial accounts. is there a plan violating your privacy? are you missing out on a perfect : you need to know about your frequent-flier miles. and we all know you should not text and drive. what is wrong with you via -- using global maps when you are behind the wheel. we're covering this tonight and more on "the willis report." gerri: our top story, is the government about to violate your privacy under the guise of protecting you? the consumer financial protection bureau demanding big banks for this customer data and using taxpayer money to buy and formation on how taxpayers use credit. with more on this, staff attorney. thank you for stopping by. appreciate your time. i am looking at this. the cftc says we have to have dated driven information to make the right as of rules to make sure we understand what consumers are doing. what they're doing is peering over our shoulder, looking into our bank accounts, credit card accounts, mortgages. isn't that just a brother? >> it is certainly concernin
history. one political scientist looks at the union government, and the federal government of the union and in the confederacy and he said that was the lead by a fine state and the states never had a government that big until the new deal. they seceded on states' rights because they had to this enormous apparatus. they conscripted within a year. think about that with state power then they pass taxes within a year, and had agents all over the south literally taking food out of the barnes. they impressed the men's slaves and that is what is fascinating is the huge slaveholders go to war to protect slavery then they find out the new government is there to protect there slaves in war but it turns to use those to win the war. there was the tussle between the slave owners and confederate -- federal befriend the also wrote the amendment that congress could never abolish slavery they had a problem of sovereignty and could not reach the slaves for a meal -- male bodies they could now reach him without the permission of the owner they had codified them as private property and they had to live wit
were just 10 percent of gdp. that is enough to pay for a civilized society but government has grown so far far, so fast it is now spending 40 percent of gdp. is too big but i do want to to pay my fair share. what is fair? i now give most my income to the government. pork people pay a smaller percentage of those say that's fair. budget congressmen louie gohmert says it is not fair and that means what? >> when people hear the word fair share it should be a flat tax the only way to truly make things fair so that if you make more you pay more make it a flat tax the president -- president has talked repeatedly about warren buffett not paying their rate as the secretary. fix it. make capital gains 15 or the income tax 15. we can work out a number but make it flat to make it fair you hear people say i want it fair but they cannot tell you what the fair share is. you give them the numbers of the top 1 percent making 13 percent of the many that paying 39% of the taxes the eyes crossover but is it fair with everybody paid the same rate across the board? they say yes. i think americans are ready.
to pass that on to the consumers which then is like everything. it's like these government subsidies of corn going into the food products, going into ethanol. you know, those things raise the price of food in the united states, and the government needs to be out of private business and subsidizing industries that are not practical because that hurts the american consumer as a whole, and america was great, built on manufacturing and innovation and everything, and what our government is doing is stifling the small entrepreneurs trying to get started that make and create these wonderful businesses that employ americans. neil: well put. guys, hang in there. that's all i can say for the time being because in the middle of this burst, we think we found the next bubble. attention, students. you're it. then if your house is trash, pony up cash. how a big storm can cause a perfect storm of debt. ♪ neil: you notice how experts say the low interest rate thing is a big old bubble, bonds, the whole thing, going to blow up. something the federal reserve manufacturedded to keep these rates as low
. this week has been a also about getting an inside look about the government, the people inside it of all walks, whether it is a nasa and administrator, or president obama, and understand who they are in a personal sense, and also understanding what they do. >> this is a united states senate youth program sponsored by a famous magazine and newspaper company. what has been the most exciting thing for you? >> yesterday, meeting president obama. when he walked into the room, the energy and excitement and his power was palpable. you could feel it and see it and everyone's eyes. we were worried we would pass out. was amazing. >> what about you? >> president obama is hard to talk. -- top. also, some of the senators we saw. they were fantastic. obama was definitely number 1. >> one more question of you two and we will go to some of the rest. how were you picked to come here? >> from your state, you would start out about a base -- with a basic essay. you fill out an application process, your credentials, resonate, and letters -- resume, and letters. then they deliver it and pick winners. >> my ap
businesses feel that their government does not really understand what they do every day. they do not feel like they have a strong advocate or partner for them. sometimes, they feel on the defensive by their own government. i am not talking about just federal government. state government, local government, etc.. louise gutierrez, congressman from the great state of illinois. while we are talking about the , asomy, and the fact hector suggested, that so many small businesses feel like government is in the way, that increasing regulation is making it more difficult for them to advance their businesses and their entrepreneurial spirit and genius -- what do you say about his indictment that many people feel government is in the way? >> government can do more to stimulate job opportunities and job growth in our community. i alson i look at jobs, want the american public to know that when you think of latinos, the impact is not going to be the same throughout the latino community. -- number one, i want you to know that most latinos in the united states are citizens of the united states, and here
with the fourth amendment? >> does the government need a war and to read your e-mails? tonight on "the communicators." >> this week on "q&a," a talk with participants in the 2013 united states youth program held in washington d.c. >> give us your name, city, and, what are we doing here today. >> my name is olivia. i reside in new york. this whole week has been about celebrating the creative and academic minds of the 100 top students in america and the department of defense school. enjoy our nation's capital and to meet the brilliant politicians, world renowned leaders, and enjoy each other's company. >> same to you. >> i am from vermont. this week has been a also about getting an inside look about the government, the people inside it of all walks, whether it is a nasa and administrator, or president obama, and understand who they are in a personal sense, and also understanding what they do. >> this is a united states senate youth program sponsored by a famous magazine and newspaper company. what has been the most exciting thing for you? >> yesterday, meeting president obama. when he wa
. allowing families to keep more of their money they earn and making government more accountable. let's finish the job this year. i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yield back. for what purpose does the gentlewoman from connecticut seek recognition? ms. delauro: unanimous consent to address the house for one minute. revise and extend. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, the gentlewoman is recognized for one minute. miss ms. esty: i have had the honor of getting to know many families in newtown. they live with grief so deep any mother or father can only imagine. i was honored to be with both parties as the gun violence provincial law was signed in connecticut. connecticut has shown democrats and republicans can work together. that a special interest in their small minority cannot stand in the way of common sense and doing the right thing. yesterday was a shameful day. i'm outraged that 46 senators prevented a he compromise to reduce gun violence which 92% of the american people support. 46 senators ignore the voices of the courageous newtown families who have
society. but america's government has grown so far, so fast that it is now spending 40 percent of gdp. i think it's much too big, but i do want to pay my fair share, so what's that? what is fair? i now give most of my income to the government. poor people pay the smaller percent and lots of people say that is fair. i see their point. but texas congressman lewey gomer says it's not fair and america needs a flat tax. meaning congressmen what? >> it means when people hear the word fair share or fair, it ought to be flat tax. the only way to truly make things fair so if you are making more you pay more. you make less you pay less. make it a flat tax. the word fair ought to bring to mind the flat tax. he talked repeatedly about warren buffets not paying as high a rate as his secretary. make the capitol gains 15. make the income tax 15. we can work out a number. but make it flat to make it fair. you hear people say, well i want it fair. they really do, but they cannot tell you what a fair share is. you give them the numbers about the top 1 percent making 13 percent of the money and paying 39 p
.b.i., and local governments. she was appointed superior court judge in los angeles by then-governor arnold swartzen nagger in 2005 and judge o'connell is the assistant supervising judge where she's responsible for supervising three courthouses and 22 bench officers. she's an expert in criminal law. she presides over all aspects of friendly criminal cases before the superior court. and in addition to being well-respected for her demeanor on the bench and her stellar intellect, she's known by her colleagues as a great manager and supervisor, attributes which will serve her well at the busy central district. judge reid o'connell is very active in the southern california legal community. she create add program that brings inner city students to the superior court to educate them about the legal process and to spend time with judges. she teaches continuing education courses to california judges on criminal law. she is an adjunct professor at the law schools of pepper dye dine and -- pepperdine and loyola. she received the a.b.a.'s highest rating unanimously, saying she's well-qualified and will
the full weight of justice. >> reporter: after 9/11, the government set up the department of homeland security. officials there gather and analyze information in an effort to ward off further attacks. in 2009, security agents found that a man about to board an airplane was hiding a bomb in his clothes. in 2010, investigators found explosives in a car in new york's times square. recently they have been monitoring individuals who engage in political and social protests. they warn that home-grown terrorists might be plotting an attack. they are already sorting through clues to find out who might be behind this one. nhk world, tokyo. >>> the bombings in boston have raised fears as far away as london. authorities in the former olympic host city are reviewing security for a marathon to be held there this weekend. >>> more than 20 people aboard a u.s. military helicopter survived a crash in south korea following a training mission. the transport aircraft went down and then caught fire near the demilitarized zone that divides north and south korea. the crash happened in the northern part of t
and other states, maryland. the real progress will happen at the state level. the federal government, congress is the last to drag their feet kicking and screaming. they will eventually get something, maybe not this time around. the nra in this meantime is marginalizing itself because it will be completely out of step with the american people. >> my question is -- this is the profound question here, does marginalizing itself matter? if the point is that you need the intensity opposed to broad opinion with you, which is what jack is saying, right, you say you need the intensity of your activist, the question is, do they pay a price ultimately? >> we need to become intense, too. i think we will be. american public opinion is increasing. in january 60% of americans were supporting gun laws and in february, it jumped to 61%. the newtown bump is increasing not decreasing. maybe with senators and congress people living out of touch but they're in washington. the general american public is concerned something happens and fed up with this level of gun violence we're tolerating. i believe a g
with leaders from all three branches of government, including president obama, justice kagan and senator burr. hear their insights tonight at 8:00 on c-span's q & a. >> we are joined by armstrong williams, radio host, talk show host and columnist. welcome. >> good morning. >> i want to talk about the gop, particularly its outreach efforts to minorities. what do you think about that as a proposal and what do you think about how it's going so far in that proposal? >> guest: listen, we are a country of choices. we all don't marry the same, we don't eat the same, we don't like the same sports. and what makes america great is to have alternatives. if minorities only feel that their place is in the democratic party, then it's not democracy. that party will take them for granted, and obviously, you have no mechanism to hold them accountable. so not just for the of -- for the good of minorities but the country as a whole, it's very important that the gop makes not just a rhetorical effort, and a symbolic effort, but a substantive effort to reach out to a base in this country that if you listen closel
in to partnership with the federal government. it will resources and technical assistance. we will build on a program that we have called strong cities, strong communities, we have staff and we're supporting local leadership and identifying clear goals and clear metrics and breaking down the barriers within the government make sure we're the best possible partner. >> on the security trust, is that in addition to the increase in the vehicle research budget that you're talking about? >> yes, that's my understanding. >> yes, that is separate $2 billion. >> hello. i want to get into the weeds a little bit about the kindergarten -- full day kindergarten and the opportunities in that issue. talk to me about how many teachers you're excepting to add to this program -- expecting to this programs. how much is the cost? also, what -- i'm trying to marry the issue that this administration is trying to cut the number of people smoke and then add to the revenue. what kind of numbers are you looking at? >> we have done detailed calculations. when you raise to a certain amount, we know that it has the
before. the indian government says that it is concerned about the debt crisis and its effect on the global economy. >> a strong euro zone is in the interest of all of the countries. we want the trading system to remain strong. >> from the german side there are questions regarding india's human right record and specifically the question of rural women and children. the prime minister took note of the concerns. our political correspondent, simon young, has been falling the talks here in berlin. simon, india is a rising power. how important is it to germany? >> well, i think that it is growing in importance. of course it is mainly about trade. india mentioned that there is a huge potential market for german and european goods and services. india is germany's most -- germany is india's most important trading partner within the european union worth about 27 billion euros but the trade fell back slightly last year. it is below targets. so, the trading relationship is very important. but it is not only that. of course many people see india as a potential counter weight to china. tha
. >> as a member of the house committee on oversight and government reform she introduced the transparency and accountability act this year. the bill would remove the requirement that background checks be destroyed within 24 course make them available to other government agencies. >> the constitution is to keep the government from trying to i think, control as much as they want to. reporter: a record number of gun enthusiasts flocked to the gun show out of fear that gun control regulation could soon make guns and ammo more difficult to obtain. >> we're under the microscope and the bad guys get their guns outside, from sources on the streets. >> those who put on the gun shows point out that california gun laws requireaackground chy ho weapbought the event. to make sureat w prect our second amendm rights about i want to be part of the process of problems of gun violence in america. threatened torepublan filibuster legislationt would force newws theb oains tor bipartisan support. the gun show continues tomorrow as will the debate over gun control. >> ama: here's the latest on the progress of
said the will of the people was to reject the government was trying to find the will of the people. -- he said the government was trying to find the will of the people. they said the government calls people to go to the presidential palace. they say it is disrespectful there are no results yet. they are asking people to spend their votes. that is, to anxiety there is. >> when you go chavez died -- halfwayvez died, he was through. the poor have been the hardest hit. it is not working. has capriles used that against maduro? >> but has been his strategy. he has been traveling around the country and has never criticize the revolution. he has been talking about everyday problems like inflation, crime, a food shortages. his campaign strategy. he knows people are listening to him. i was going through some neighborhoods where the strength appears to be very strong. people were telling me they were tired of the economic situation. they were tired of crime. .f course things change >> thank you. more from both when we get results. we are going to move on to japan. u.s. secretary of state john
everything from government buildings to sporting events. security is especially tight race now in boston. >> one day after the twin explosions, a large area in central boston is quarantines off as investigators search for evidence. many runners from the boston marathon are coming to the scene. >> i had just run across and my wife was here, cheering me on. it could have been us. it is pretty shocking. >> the first bomb detonated just meters from the finish line. seconds later, a second explosion one half block away. the fbi has taken charge of the investigation. officials are asking for the public to come forward with photos and recordings of the race or any other information they may have. so far, there have been no arrests. security has been stepped up throughout the city including in hospitals where the wounded are being treated. 170 were hurt and many seriously. >> many of them have severe wounds, mostly in the lower part of their body. some from the blast effect of the bomb and some small, metallic fragments that entered their body. >> president barack obama called it and cowardly at
by the government. estimates are anything up to about $15 million. ,his has outraged her opponents political opponents in particular, will feel at a time of austerity that it is inappropriate. they also feel margaret thatcher did not do anything in your time to warrant that sort of national honor. this is ceremonial funeral with full military honors than has just ended. it is one step down from a state funeral. supporters say that she changed this country forever, that she revived it from a state of postwar decline and obscurity and made it great again. opponents say no. only comparison is winston churchill. opponents say he was a man who led this country at a time of war, a government of national unity, not to be compared with margaret thatcher, who led a divided country and damage the lives of many people, they say. >> as far as sentiment outside the cathedral, as we are seeing members of the immediate family accepting the cathedral, it appears most of the members of the public gathered have been largely reverential, respectful. but there have been others who feel differently and expressed
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